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Desc:In which some wacky tourists run afoul of a totalitarian regime and a giant lobster runs amuck.
Category:Classic Movies, Arts
Tags:Mst3k, Godzilla, Japan, duel of the ages
Submitted:Rodents of Unusual Size
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It's a shame they can't release the Godzilla and Gamera MST3Ks on DVD.
Corman's Inferno
Not to mention Fugitive Alien, Time of the Apes... Damn thee, Sandy Frank! Father of all lies, mother of all badly-dubbed Japanese franchises!

He's such a cock. He let all the US rights on these things lapse back to Japan JUST to spite MST3k when they wouldn't pay him the exorbitant licensing fees he wanted.

From Sandy's Wiki:

"In 2011 Frank is continuing to set the standards in the USA and worldwide for syndicated formats, forming alliances with a number of key players such as ASYLUM in the USA and SONY in the international marketplace. Currently, SFE is marketing DANGEROUS MINDS (hosted by Rudy Giuliani) for Primetime Network, (an anti terror TV series), YOU ASKED FOR IT, for Prime Time Network, (which had a six-week run in prime time at 8-9:00 PM on Sunday night on the NBC-TV Network in 2000), and FACE THE MUSIC, which is being re-launched in a new prime time version. This page was not written by someone who works for Sandy's company."

5 stars for nostalgia.
This was one of my favorite daikaiju films when I was a youngin'.
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